Tuva Novotny Questions Monogamy in ‘Diorama’ Pic (Exclusive)

Haugesund, Norway — Actress-turned-helmer Tuva Novotny thrives on big challenges.

Her feature debut “Blindspot,” Norway’s entry for the 2019 Nordic Council Prize, was shot in real-time in one take and illuminates mental health issues.Her sophomore mainstream Swedish pic “Britt Marie Was Here” –slated for a Sept.

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release via Cohen Media Group – was based on Fredrik Backman’s best-selling novel.

With her third directing endeavor “Diorama,” produced by Nordisk Film, she will take a new leap.“After ‘Blindspot’ and ‘Britt Marie Was Here,’ I felt safer about directing small or bigger-budget movies and taking on new creative challenges,” the helmer told Variety.Anxious to tell urgent stories that “not only entertain the audience but also make them reflect, Novotny says her next film will depict what she calls “biological human monogamy.”“I’m interested in examining the normative boundaries and common patterns of human monogamy and question if the

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